Anthony Gillespie

30/10/2012

Need help with motivation to exercise?

Here are 10 tips to help you get it happening now. I really like number 6. After all, if you don’t it fun you won’t do […]
30/10/2012

More evidence for strength training – diabetes prevention

In a world of information bytes and snippets of this and flashes of that,   read this abstract. Yes it is scientific but it is from […]
26/10/2012

Fitness training: A ‘best practice’ approach

Here is my quick and dirty summary of what the ideal workout plan looks like: (Get doctor’s clearance first and seek professional advice if unsure – […]
26/10/2012

Let’s not throw the baby out

It is so easy to get on a band wagon. Case in point. Grain bashing. Yes it appears that a diet too high in carbohydrate is […]
17/10/2012

Still confused about protein?

I wouldn’t blame you. When you see respected organisations like Nutrition Australia publishing information like this and then just as respected researchers publishing stuff like this, […]
17/10/2012

The age old principle…

It is surprising how blinkered we can be at times. And, even more surprising how big, ‘smart’ organisations with seemingly great mission statements and philosophies miss […]
17/10/2012

Ride to work day

In a world conspiring to take away every opportunity for incidental exercise. Remote control this, automated that. When time is of the essence (which it is […]
05/10/2012

Bootcamp is a waste of time?

I have always said, ‘doing something is better than nothing’ but if your goal is to lose body fat and ‘tone’ up (toning is a bit […]
05/10/2012

The Caveman diet?

This diet approach isn’t all bad but at the same time their bold assertions may really be flawed from a scientific point of view. But at […]